Wilkinson hit it big with his best-selling “The Prayer of Jabez,” which I thought was an inspiring book but frustratingly short and simplistic. This time Wilkinson writes much more in depth on a topic that has confounded many a Christian. Why don’t I see miracles in my life? Wilkinson outlines that God is ready to deliver but is waiting to use us as His instruments if we’ll only be open to His leading.
After convincing us that God indeed does miracles through us, he instructs us on the “keys” to seeing a life of miracles. While these “keys” are really basic “God sends you” theology his explanations resonate with me because I can see myself missing many opportunities that now I am equipped to embrace.
Wilkinson ends the last third of the book by getting specific about 3 kinds of miracles we can be a part of: money, life purpose, miracles. These are not for US, but we are the mediums to help others in their time of need.
I’m sure many Christians will struggle with the whole concept of “predictable miracles” but I think Christians should give Wilkinson’s thoughts a chance and maybe we won’t “miss” so many miracles that God wants us to be a part of.
I received this book for free from WaterBrook Multnomah Publishing Group for this review.